- I'd also like to congratulate you on the exceptional photographs in the Stephen Hawking article which were both honest and deeply moving.
- We wish to congratulate and encourage you for this humanitarian act, so praiseworthy, and urge you to persevere in this work of salvation.
- We congratulate her on this remarkable feat.
- Well, he didn't mention Niki, he didn't congratulate him, embrace him, he didn't hand him so much as a crumb.
- " I just want to congratulate and thank everyone in this room tonight for all they have done to bring this moment to reality."
- Sor de Naves, here with his brother, had also bowed to Primaflora at her table and had taken the chance, stopping Nicholas, to congratulate him on his marriage.
- Might I congratulate you on the birth of Henry, or Harry as I notice he is to be called from the announcement in the papers.
- She was frightened that Phoebe would respond to this news with excessive enthusiasm, congratulate her, want to celebrate in some humiliating way, even ring her friends and tell them.
- Abse is most emphatic that mothers should congratulate children on their first excretions, and praise the resulting faeces.
- You can set yourself a maximum bid, having viewed the fish beforehand, and can congratulate yourself if you get it for less.
- As a member of the Gabriela Sabatini fan club, I would like to congratulate Gaby on her wins this year and how wonderful she looks as well, her clothing by Sergio Tacchini is ace and I love her racket.
- He also found out that a delegation of architects was being organized to congratulate Palmerston on his classical stance.
- How natural to bask in the luxury of Concorde, congratulate herself on a triumphant trip, sip a glass of champagne and forget what she had seen.